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THE DAIKJllliJtyER BELT
Page Eight
Friday, April S, 1910.
When YOU Order Coffee
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PLEASE DO NOT TAKE A SUBSTITUTE. IF YOUE DEALER HASN'T SOLWICO TELL HIM TO GET IT FOR YOU.
You Can't Better
THE BEST
Sacrifices for Saturday That Will Make Spirited Selling-A Day of Wonder
ful Bargains-Giving That Will Attract Thousands to This Popular Store
BROWSE'S 1 1 Saturday, April 9, Be Here When the Clod Strikes 8 BROWN3S
SATURDAY will mark a red letter day in the annals of this store. We have prepared a banquet of bargains that will fill the store from early morning until 8 o'clock at night. This store has be
come famous for its bargains, but the bargains that will be offered here tomorrow will eclipse all previous undertakings and make for us a new sales record. A few of the tempting offerings are
enumerated here. They are but a mere reflection, however, and you will be doing justice to yourself if you will call at the store and investigate. We want to impress it upon you that this
sale is for one day Saturday, April 9 and for one day only. The goods upon which these low prices are to be made have been in the house only a few days and are the newest and latest.
Especially is this so in the millinery and ladies' suit departments, where the greatest cuts are to be made. We have secured extra sales people for Saturday's selling and every attention will be shown
those who attend this great sale. It will pay you to shop in the morning. Remember this sale opens promptly at 8 o'clock Saturday morning and will' continue until 8 o'clock Saturday night. The
bargains offered are just for one day. That is the idea.
SATURDAY'S MILLINERY Sensation
Your Choice of Any (II? C 7C
Hat on Display for B0 D
If all signs do not fall thero will be a tremendous rush for the big mil
linery gallery as quick as the store opens on Saturday morning. We
have been offering- wonderful
bargains In millinery all season,
but you will admit when you call
Saturday that no such bargains
wore ever bef oro offered in ready-to-wear
hats. Wo havo been re
ceiving during tho past few days
somo of tho very latest from
Gage and Fisk, the hat people of
the world, especially for tills
groat Saturday sale. We propose
placing a stock of hundreds of
hats on display, many of them
actually worth,$25, and not a hat
in the entiro collection worth less
than $10. Wo are going to per
mit tho public to look them over,
try them on, and no matter what
tho former selling price was, wo
are going to
let you take
your choico
for ...
'ittfiv.
A Saturday Slaughter of R. &. G. Corsets
More women aro wearing R. & O. Corsots than any other make made.
Thero's a reason; and on account of the popularity of this corset and
because Its worth is so well known, wo havo placed it in, this great Sat
urday event. Wo have all sizes and styles. But on Saturday there
will be but one prico. Wo have flvo dozen of these corsets, fresh
from the factory. They sell tho world ati i
over for 32.00 and 52.50. Como to 1llLlf
.Hrown-s saiuraay ana wko your cnoice
for
p JL 3
SPRING SILK
DRESSES
Kin kM Mr"3raMr ,2
at x. Silk Dresses; new
i B spring styles, in
-rS plain colors, fou
lards, and black and white
stripe. Tho cream of this
season's buying; rich nov
elties not shown elsewhere
in this city. Were absolute
bargains at former prices.
For Saturday's big sale of
any ?18 to $25 gowns for
the small
sum
of .
$16.75
Special Saturday
Skirt Slaughter
The opportunity you havo been waiting
for. You will never have another
chance to buy skirts St tho prices
named. Every conceivable .style, fabric
and coloring. No two alike. Made by
skirt specialists. Alterations free of
charge by best fitter in the west. Your
size is here.
Regular $7.50 Skirts flJC ft ft
Saturday only $3.UU
Regular $8.50 Skirts fi5 Cft
Saturday 'only "..... $ViOU
Reuglar $10.00 Skirts flj J-fl
Saturday only $li3U
Regular $12.50 Skirts fl A ,
Saturday only y i wui
Regular $15.00 Skirts
Saturday only
Regular $18.00 Skirts SI K Ofl
Saturday only 9'viUU
SAVING SATURDAY PRICES ON
LADIES' UNDER MUSLINS
500 White Muslin Petticoats, dainty in design,
sheer in fabric, new goods just in the house.
Best showing ever made in this house. Regu
lar $1,50, $1.75 and $2 garments.
For Saturday's selling only.
$1.00
300 Nainsook, low neck, short sleeve gowns.
Some of the choicest creations ever displayed
in Globe, worth double tho prico. fi -J ftft
For Saturday's selling only 3 I iUU
Combination Suits, pant and corset cover, just
here from one of the largest and best manu
facturers in the country. This is one of the
most popular combination garments ever de
signed. They come trimmed in rich em
broideries, laces and pretty edgings. They
are the pride of the store and wo take great
pleasure in showing them. You will be de
lighted when you see 'em and more so when
you know they are in this big Saturdav
sale.
Prices
$1.25to$750
Ladies' Tub
Suits
Tho most attractive line of ladies' Tub
Suits will be ready for your inspection
at this great Saturday Sale. Thero is
every style and quality imaginable. It
is a bewitching line. The lowest priced
are good enough to wear on almost any
occasion. Stylos hero never shown in
Globe before. Prices for Saturday that
will make rapid selling. The stock is so
varied that enumeration is impossible.
Prices range from
$5 to
HART, SCHAFFNER &
.MARX CLOTHES
Lead the World
This is the home of tho famous Hart, Schaffner & Marx
clothes. Our stock for spring and summer is now com
plete. It embraces a wider range for selection than
you will find in any other storo In central Arizona.
Tho many pretty things in grays and blues are here.
The designing is the best. The materials aro warrant
ed. Tho fit perfect. They cost no more than the or
dinary clothes sold elsewhere. Men who are tho most
particular aro wearing them. Why not you. While
In at the great Saturday sale, drop over in the men's
department and see this magnificent array for men,
youth and children.
In the hat department wo are prepared to show
you all tho late things In Knox and Stetson derby
and soft. All colors and every imaginable stylo.
Tho new straws are here ready for your inspection.
All styles, many pretty things in Panamas. The best
line of Knox Sailors in the city.
See the new things in E. & W. and Manhattan shirts.
Many new patterns reached us yesterday. Cost no
more than tho common kinds.
Edwin Clapp's shoes for men; Hanans for women,
and tho famous Merriam shoes for children.
,
The First National Bank
DIRECTORS
J. N. PORTER
HARRY SULTAN
W. D. FISK
P. P. QUEER
A. W. CRAWFORD
L.E. WIOHTMAN
J. N. ROBINSON
OF GLOBE
Capital . $100,000
Surplus . $100,000
United States, Territorial, County and
City Depositary
OFMCERS
J. N. PORTER, Prest.
P. P. GREER, V. Prest.
J. N. ROBINSON, Cashier.
A. .T. MeKINNON, Asst. Cashier.
G C. SIMMONS, Asst. Cashier.
J. T. BROWN, Asst. Cashier.
CUflDT CTflDICC flC TUC nnV.,laJ' in this cit'- 0llly th0 immediate.
DnUtll DIUHIlD Ur ML UllIU",ml3 ""d lelatives of tho deceased
were in attendaneo at the funeral services.
, ROSES and Carnations Maxsons.
BEEF COMING IN Max Bonno of
the Pioneer market yesterday received
a shipment of three ear loads of steers,
for local consumption. The animals
were shipped from Fort Worth.
NEGRO DIES W. M. Davis, a negro
cook who 1ms lived in this city for a
number of years, died at his homo
in North Globo yesterday, apparently
from the effects of pneumonia.
RIDGEWAY FUNERAL J. W.
Ridgeway, a plasteier who died at Mi-1
ami a few days ago, was bu'rled yester-
PROBERT ARRIVES Frank II.
Probert consulting engineer for tho
Superior & Boston Mining company, ar
rived hero last night from his homo
in Los Angeles. Ho will spend several
weeks in this district.
TOWLE LEAVES F. F. Towle, Ar
izona supervisor of ccmsus, loft yester
day morning for an oxtended trip
through the entiro southwest part of
tho territory, for tho purposo of de
livering oral instructions to enumera
tors, before the taking of tho census
which begins next Friday. Ho will re
turn to this city next week.
ROHRABACHER QOMING Secre
tary R. C. Rohrabachcr, who lias been
in Los Angeles for tho past few days,
making arrangements for reduced rates
to this city on the occasion of tho
Fourth of J nly celebration, is expected
to arrivo here this evening.
GOES TO HOSPITAL Luke Soto,
a negro pioneer of this district, against
whom charges of insanity were filed
a few days ago, was sent to tho coun
ty hospital instead of tho territorial
asylum, yesterday. It was tho opinion
of the examining physicians that Soto
is childish, rather than insane, and an
attempt will bo made to seem a his ad
mittance to tho Arizona Pioneer's
home, when the new building of that
institution is completed.
COL. BREATHETT VISITS Col. .T.
B. Breathett of Tucson, prominently
connected with the Randolph Hystcm,
arrived here last night for a short vis
it. While here ho will look into rail
load matters and visit with Hoval A.
Smith, an old acquaintance.
RAILROAD ARCHITECT HERE
William II. Wheeler chief architect for
the Randolph system, ai rived here last
night to look into details regarding the
construction of tho now Miami depot.
Mr. Wheeler speaks very encouraging
ly regarding tho construction of the
new Globe passenger depot in the near
future.
HOTEL ARRIVALS II. L. Pickett,
Tombstone; A. A. Paychess, Miami; E.
B. Tinker, Miami; R. T. Archer, Los
Angeles; J. B. Breathett, Tucson;
Louis Colin, San Francisco; L. E. Bluni
berg, San Francisco; S. F. Ballin, Sail
Francisco; W. G. Elder, Phoenix; F. II.
Piobert, Los Angeles; W. II. Wheeler,
Tucson; Oscar Bolin, BuVtc C. ,T. Dix
on, Kansas City Wade Cunningham, El
Paso;" W. O. Tuttle, Rico; Leu Scott,
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Its use a protection and a
guarantee against alum.
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GRAND BALL , TONIGHT Every
body is invited to the big dance tonight
at Dreamland. Too cream will lie scried
and a good timo assured to all. The
uihaufo sale guaiautefs a crowd.
W. O. T. U. MEETING There will
lie a special meeting of the W. C. T.
XT at tho Baptist churchy Friday af
ternuon, at 2:;!0. Mi-s llollister will
eddress the union and every lady in
Globe is invited. In the evening the
union will hold a reception at the home
(f Mrs. Fieileiicks. Miss llollister will
speak especially to tlio young people.
Earnings of Married.
Women Are' Property
of Lord and Master
LOS ANGELES. Cal., April 7 That
a married woman'!, earnings are com
munity piopeity and at the disposal of
the husband, was the decision of the
Miperior court today, adjudicating i
peculiar domestic tangle.
The court added that whether tho de
cision was just or not, it was tho law
of California. Mrs. Frances Hucnko
had sued her divorced husband for fore
dosuip of a moitgage. It developed
that she lent him money on his property
while still married to him, and he fail
ed to settle.
The Gila Valley BanK & Trust Co.
- - $100,000.00
- - 60,000.00
Savings Department in .Connection. 4 per cent interest paid on Savings Accounts.
Foreign Exchange at lowest rates. Safety deposit boxes absolutely fire proof.
C. E. MILLS, President L. D. RICKETTS, Vice Prest. T. A. PASCOE, Vice Prest.
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New Busniess Invited.
:WALTER DOUGLAS
DANCE PROGRAMME
FOR THIS EVENING
Management Swamped With
Special Requests
The following danco program will be
rendered toniglit at Ureamland.
Grand March Lincoln Centennial.
1. Daisies Won't Toll.
Wcin Bleibt Wein.
Garden of Dreams.
La Sorclla.
Merry Widow.
Midnight Special.
Moon Winks.
Estudiana.
Tho Skaters.
S. It. Barn Dance.
Hearts Mazurka.
Unity Hall.
Monstrate Vian.
Pobre Las Olas.
Zaccatecas.
Home Sweet Home.
I'iist Extra. Waves of the Danioe.
Second Extra. Sky Pilot.
Third Extra. Dreaming.
Fourth Extra. Great Divide.
So many special lecpiests were re
ceived that it was impossible to in
sert all. Tho old tune favorites, how
ever, were cho-en, and will be heard
in the ball room tonight.
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ROOSEVELTS VISIT
HONEYMOON' SCENE
Review Places Visited Many
Years Gone By
SPEZIA, April 7. Bofore leaving
here, the former president and Mrs.
Roosevelt went to the hotel Cioce di
Malta, where they were shown the room
which they occupied on their honey
moon. Among other places they visited
Conti Inn Tro Mori Inn, in the viril
ity of Chiavari, where years ago Mr.
and Mrs. Roosevelt were compelled to
take refuge from a heavy stonn. Stop
for tho night was made at Rapallo.
ROBBERS BLOW SAFE
AND GET THE COIN
SEAFORTII, Minn., April 7. Ban
dits blew open the vault of the Secur
ity State bank hero early today and
took $2,000 in cash. The villagers were
fired upon, but no one was hurt.
NOTICE TO REBEKAHS
Globe, Arizona, April 5, 1910.
The members of Sultana Rebekah
lodge, No. 5, I. O. O. F., will give a
box social on Monday evening, April
11, 1910, at 8 o'clock p. m., at Odd Fel
low's hall. Visiting members and the
public are cordially invited to be pres
ent. Every lady attending will please
bring two boxes of lunch. Come and
see how these boxes are to bo dis
posed of. There is to bo a short pro
gram. Bv order of the X. G., MAY PLUN-KETT.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
Notice is hereby given that the firm
of Stary & Kohn has been dissolved
by mutual consent. N. Kohn will con
tinue the bi'siuess bv mutual consent.
" H. M. KTAUV,
NAT KOHN.
Money to Loan
Bairels of Escrow Money to Loan on
Real Estate and A-l Securities. See us
if you want Firo Insuranco that In
sures. The Globe Bank and Savings Co.
McElroy for glass.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Dr. Lord has opened dental parlors
in the new Sultan block, second floor.
Rooms 3 and 4. Phone Main 1G.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS
There will be a special meeting of the
stockholders of the Globe and Pinto
Mining Co. in the office of the county
treasurer of Gila county ou Saturdav,
April 9, at 7:30 p. in.
TOM TREVILLIAX, President.
PROFESSIONAL NURSE
234 East Sycamore; terms reasona
ble; best references.
CLEANING
.and
DYEING
Tho lady or gentleman who has
any kind of a garment that is
"mussed" or soiled, will derive
much satisfaction by letting us send
for it and "making it look like new
again." This sounds liko an empty
boast, but you'll find it is not if you
give us a singlo trial. We are ex
perts at this business and if tho gar
ment be too soiled to clean, we dye
it any shade at a reasonable price.
If it's in the fabric we'll restore it.
K.K.K.iio.& Dye Works
Walter & Griffith
The Tailors
TEL. MAIN 234
385 N. BROAD
The Only Exclusive
Merchant Tailor
in Globe
NAT KOHN
471 North Broad St.
We havo the finest line of latest
patterns to select fiom ever
shown in Globe.
A fit in every case is guaranteed
and every gaiinent is mado by
experienced workmen in our own
shops.
Don't make any mistake; come to
the right stole and leave your
orders.
NAT KOHN
471 North Broad St.
See MeElroy-for Paints and Oils.
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